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In "Ozymandias", The words conveyed in lines 10-11 are those of the? A. sculptor B. traveler C. narrator D. king
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User: In "Ozymandias", The words conveyed in lines 10-11 are those of the? A. sculptor B. traveler C. narrator D. king

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User: In "Ozymandias, The traveler seems to believe that? A. monuments are eternal B. the passage of time is necessary and inevitable C. we must preserve relics of past civilizations D. even the greatest works are destroyed by time

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